GLASGOW Housing Association has become Scotland's first public homes landlord to launch a mobile app.
It means tenants can communicate with them and report various housing issues, using smart phones.
The service for Blackberry, Android and iPhone will allow tenants to pay their rent, report repairs needed or anti-social behaviour and catch up on the latest GHA news, all at the touch of a button.
Prospective tenants looking for a property Glasgow will also be able to find a home through the association's choice-based letting system, Homechoice.
With its easy to understand and use menu, it is believed the new app could benefit most of GHA's 45,000 tenants across the city.
Toni Anderson, a tenant in Drumchapel, was one of the first to use the service. She said: "Everybody is into technology these days, so I think this new mobile website will be used a lot.
"It will make it easier for people to get in touch. It's a good idea."
Tenants wanting to use the app have to visit GHA's website (www.gha.org.uk) where they will be able to access it.
Fanchea Kelly, GHA's executive director of housing and support services, said: "Almost half of GHA households who use the internet do so through their mobile phones and we want our services to reflect that.
"We want tenants to access our services every hour of every day and this new service makes it quicker and easier for tenants to get in touch wherever and whenever they want."
It's the latest in a range of initiatives the association has launched in the past year, including a scheme to fit solar panels to 500 homes, cutting fuel costs for residents by about £100 a year.
And 15,000 people have visited the GHA training academy, which is open for tenants to sign up for basic IT courses and housing qualifications.